Albion Houses for Sale

Albion BC Houses for SaleSearch all Albion Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. Albion is a neighbourhood in Maple Ridge, BC. Albion is on the rise in neighbourhoods for real estate investment in and around Maple Ridge. For decades, the neighbourhood remained largely rural, but developments have begun to spring up over the years, creating a mix of newer built and older homes and properties. 

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Albion MLS Real Estate Listings May 26, 2024
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Albion Real Estate Market

In 2022, the Albion neighborhood experienced a significant real estate market, with a total of 128 single-family homes sold. Based on the statistics provided by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, the average list price for these homes was $1,385,840, while the average sale price amounted to $1,384,580. On average, homes in Albion were sold at 99.9% of their listed price, indicating a strong market performance. The average time it took for homes to sell in the neighborhood was 21 days in 2022.

These days, Albion's population is about 13,000 residents, compared to the population of Maple Ridge as a whole which sits around 90,000. The population density in Albion is more than double what it is in Maple Ridge as a whole. Largely because of the popularity of multi-family property types compared to Maple Ridge’s more rural areas, where large single-family homes tend to sit on larger lots and acreages. 

When development ramped up in the Albion neighbourhood, the original plan was a resort-style neighbourhood. While this plan was modified favouring more conventional modern homes, many of the homes in Albion can be found within appealing proximity to the riverfront. 

Slightly to the north of Albion Park is a brand new subdivision that features large, immaculate single-family homes with spacious living areas upwards of 4,000 sq. ft., stretching north of five bedrooms and bathrooms and offering beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Featuring open-concept floorplans, high-end appliances, smart home integration, and finished basement suites with mortgage-helping potential, these homes are excellent options for families looking for brand new homes. 

A short drive north of where the Lougheed Highway cuts through the neighbourhood, you’ll find some of Albion’s most affordable property types—charming ranchers built in the 1950s and 1960s on good-sized lots. Often, Albion’s older single-family homes have undergone fairly extensive renovations to bring them in line with modern tastes, and these properties also represent potential for home buyers looking to purchase rental properties. 

Albion has idyllic subdivisions along green belts that offer appealing wooded surroundings, perfect for growing families and those who enjoy living in communities where a simple walk around the block can be a scenic experience. The Spencer Brook Estates development was built a few years back and offers affordable two-storey townhouses surrounded by lush green space. 

About Albion

Albion is one of Maple Ridge’s charming small neighbourhoods situated amidst nature, offering residents a laid-back pace of life, equal parts scenic and convenient. It is located along the banks of the Fraser River and a few minutes to the southeast of the core area of Maple Ridge by car. Albion is near the appealing neighbourhoods of Websters Corner and Whonnock.

Known for being one of the oldest settlements in the Lower Mainland. The area was first settled by Samuel Robertson and his wife Julia back in the mid-19th century, and its name was changed from east Haney to Albion in 1907. The area was home to orchards and farmland for many years. In recent years has undergone rapid development and is now home to an impressive array of newly-built family homes, condos, apartments, and more. 

Albion is a popular bedroom community for those who work in Vancouver, as it offers relatively affordable real estate and an appealing amount of green space. It also provides interesting historical sites, and those with children will appreciate the abundance of recreational facilities, including Albion Park and the Albion Sports Complex. 

Travelling slightly to the north of Albion, you’ll find rugged landscapes and a vast network of mountains and lakes. Those looking for a relaxing lifestyle in the Lower Mainland that blends affordability, beauty, and convenience may find just what they’re looking for in Albion. 

Things to Do in Albion

Albion's Sport Facilities

One of the contributing factors to Albion being considered a great neighbourhood for young families is the strong network of sports facilities for kids it offers. The Albion Sports Complex is home to a wide array of sports facilities, including football, soccer, and baseball fields. The Planet Ice sports facility, the Albion Fairgrounds, and the Golden Ears Winter Club are all located on the premises, making this complex a hub of recreation in Maple Ridge. 

Spend the Day at Albion Fair Grounds

Many of the community events frequented by residents of Albion are hosted at the Albion Fairgrounds, which is home to the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Country Fest each year. Amazingly, the fest has been running since 1901 and offers a charming fair that showcases local livestock, produce, and crafts. Overall, the Country Fest provides a glimpse into a rural lifestyle that can be enjoyable for attendees of all ages and backgrounds. 

Walk Around Kanaka Creek Regional Park

Kanaka Creek Regional Park is located slightly to the north of Albion and offers an extensive network of trails that will appeal to joggers, hikers, and those looking to walk their dogs in a scenic environment. Some of the features that make Kanaka Creek Regional Park great include the sandstone cliffs, the waterfalls, and the lush coastal rainforest vegetation. The best hiking trail in the park may be Canyon Trail, a relatively straightforward 1.2 km path with views of the waterfalls on the north and south arms of the river. A popular pastime at the fish fence area is watching the salmon jump in the autumn.